When Daisy first sees Gatsby's mansion from Nick's front yard, she is shocked, asking, "'That huge place there?'" She says that she loves it, but it is so gigantic that she is surprised that he could possibly live in it all by himself. She admires the gardens, the lovely scents of the flowers, the picture of the house against the blue sky. As Daisy walks around Gatsby's mansion, she seems to appreciate every detail. In his bedroom, she notices a toiletry set composed of gold, and she sits down to brush her hair "with delight." He begins to take out his beautiful, imported shirts, and throw them, one after the other, at Nick and Daisy, when "Suddenly, with a strained sound, Daisy bent her head into the shirts and began to cry stormily." She says that she is sad because she's never seen such lovely shirts, although this explanation does seem unlikely. Perhaps she cries because she realizes that, if she'd just been a bit more patient, she could have not married Tom, waited for Gatsby, and not have sacrificed her financial wealth. Perhaps she cries because she realizes that it's too late for them to marry. Nick never knows.